This native mint has the scent of exotic pennyroyal but in bushtucker recipes can be used in the same way as common mint. Plants are low growing and clump forming, with tiny bee attracting white flowers appearing on mass during summer. Leaves are highly fragrant and said to aid insect repellent in the garden around cabbages and tomatoes.
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Availability date: 1/12/2014
OTHER COMMON NAME(S)
Creeping Mint, Native Pennyroyal
Native to south and east Australia
Propagation takes place both by seed and through rhyzome division. Plants die back in winter.
|Sun Exposure||Full sun|